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With one engine failed and no flight control input to correct for yaw, why does the yoke turn in the opposite direction of the yaw-induced roll? Here I am referring to swept wing jet twins.
The best answer I've been given is that the air flow over the wings produces an unequal pressure difference, and this pressure difference then moves the ailerons away from their neutral position, resulting in yoke movement.
Can anyone clarify this for me?
Many thanks in advance!
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